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"Powerful and compelling"

Punk Rock is an intense and powerful piece of theatre, by Simon Stephens (stage adaptation of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), who has been described as the most prolific British playwright of his generation. Featuring a superb line up of talented young actors, Punk Rock is an honest, no holds barred, exploration of the souls of 21st century youth. Prepare for an edge-of-the-seat thrilling production. August 10 - September 06 2014 .

"a remarkable new play" Michael Billington, The Guardian

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  • Rhys Dunlop as William in a scene from Punk Rock at the Lyric Theatre until 6 September. Lyrictheatre.co.uk
  • L to R: Actors Jonah Hauer-King, Rhys Dunlop and Lauren Coe in a scene from Punk Rock at the Lyric Theatre until 6 September. Lyrictheatre.co.uk
  • Ian Toner as Bennett in a scene from Punk Rock at the Lyric Theatre until 6 September. Lyrictheatre.co.uk
  • Aisha Fabienne Ross as Cissy in a scene from Punk Rock at the Lyric Theatre until 6 September. Lyrictheatre.co.uk
  • Cast in the Lyric cafe
  • Cast in the Lyric rehearsal room
  • Cast in the Lyric rehearsal room
  • Writer Simon Stephens
  • Declan Rodgers as heartbroken Stevie in a scene from comedy Can’t Forget About You at the Lyric Theatre from 12 June to 5 July. Pic credit: Steffan Hill
  • Declan Rodgers and Karen Dunbar in a scene from romantic comedy Can’t Forget About You at the Lyric Theatre from 12 June to 5 July. Pic credit: Steffan Hill
  • Carol Moore as Dorothy, Abigail McGibbon as Rebecca and Declan Rodgers as Stevie in a scene from  Can’t Forget About You directed by Conleth Hill at the Lyric Theatre from 12 June to 5 July. Pic credit: Steffan Hill
  • Declan Rodgers as Stevie and Naomi Rocke as Ciara in a scene from romantic comedy Can’t Forget About You directed by Conleth Hill at the Lyric Theatre from 12 June to 5 July. Pic credit: Steffan Hill
  • Frankie McCafferty, Owen McCafferty, Marie Jones and Richard Orr
  • Frankie McCafferty, Owen McCafferty, Marie Jones and Richard Orr
  • Lyric chair Mark Carruthers and Executive Producer, Jimmy Fay
  • Philip Crawford, Louise and Arthur Webb, Education Panel
  • A scene from comedy thriller Demented in the Naughton Studio of the Lyric Theatre until 24 May. L to R: Roy Heayberd, Michael Liebmann, Ian Beattie and Roisin Gallagher. Pic credit: Neil Harrison
  • Richard Orr, Roisin Gallagher and Jo Donnelly in a scene from bank heist drama Demented in the Naughton Studio of the Lyric Theatre until 24 May
  • Ian Beattie as Andrew with his on-stage father James played by Roy Heayberd in bank heist drama Demented in the Naughton Studio of the Lyric Theatre until 24 May.
  • Gavin Peden as Joshua with his stage-mum Stacy played by Jo Donnelly in comedy drama Demented by Gary Mitchell in the Naughton Studio of the Lyric Theatre until 24 May.
  • Jennifer Johnston with her step-grandsons Rory (left) and Conal Gilliland
  • Jennifer Johnston with her step-grandsons Rory (left) and Conal Gilliland and their mother Karen O'Leary
  • Jennifer Johnston with Culture Minister Carál Ní Chuilín
  • Lyric Board Vice-chairman, Sid McDowell, Culture Minister, Carál Ní Chuilín, author Jennifer Johnston and Lyric Chief Executive, Ciaran McAuley
  • L to R: Family gathering. Catherine Cusack as Alicia Moore, Anthony Delaney as Alec Moore and Michael Jame Ford as Frederick Moore in How Many Miles to Babylon? at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast until 24 May.© Steffan Hill 2014
  • Anthony Delaney as Alec and Ryan McParland as Jerry in a scene from How Many Miles to Babylon? at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast until 24 May. © Steffan Hill 2014
  • Anthony Delaney as Alec and Ryan McParland as Jerry in a scene from How Many Miles to Babylon? at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast until 24 May. © Steffan Hill 2014
  • Family in Jennifer Johnston’s How Many Miles to Babylon? at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast until 24 May. L to R: Michael Jame Ford as Frederick Moore, Catherine Cusack as his wife Alicia and their son Alec, played by Anthony Delaney.© Steffan Hill 2014

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